Delivered on your premises*, which reduces the amount of time staff are away from their job roles, this learning session is ideal for all staff, regardless of their prior knowledge.
Many staff find that face to face learning activities are invaluable as they have the opportunity to ask questions and discuss scenarios as well as the chance to share their experiences.
We can design learning activities to enhance your existing training, either as update training or as part of induction training for new staff.
Having a good understanding of the potential risks and signs of abuse are essential for everyone working with children and vulnerable adults. By participating in the learning activities, staff will gain that understanding and also learn how to use your risk assessments and reporting and recording procedures.
Group learning sessions are best when there are at least five participants. Staff from different organisations can come together to make a large group. This has many advantages as staff can share their experiences, while maintaining confidentiality.
*If you do not have a suitable training venue, we can arrange an external venue.